Impartner Announces New CFO and VP of Customer Success to Capitalize on Explosive Growth in Channel Management Technology
Newly appointed CFO Jonathan Spira and VP of Customer Success Scott Taylor bring extensive experience in high-growth SaaS companies to help take Impartner to the next level in the market
Impartner, the world’s fastest-growing, most award-winning Partner Relationship Management (PRM) and channel management platform provider, announced today the appointment of Jonathan Spira as CFO and Scott Taylor as VP of customer success. Spira replaces long-time Impartner CFO Bert Young, who is retiring in June. Taylor takes on the newly created role of VP of Customer Success, which has been split out of a role formerly held by Brad Pace, who now assumes the position of VP of Operations, and will run sales operations, solution implementation and acquisition integration.
“We’re excited to have the CFO and customer success strength of Jonathan and Scott join the Impartner team and help us take the next phase of our company’s growth,” said Impartner CEO Joe Wang. “I want to thank Bert, who has been an incredible help in growing the business 10x in the last five years.”
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Spira brings a proven track record of CFO positions, including leading a host of SaaS and software companies from BROWZ to Untangle to Blinkx to Autonomy, where he’s helped drive tremendous growth, complete numerous acquisitions and lead a highly successful IPO. Taylor brings an equally robust background of global customer success leadership with a broad range of SaaS/Cloud/CCaaS leadership including Five9, Workfront and NICE inContact, plus deep channel experience. Over the course of his multi-decade career, he has designed and built channel programs and strategies for fast-growing companies and managed hundreds of employees in customer services and contact centers worldwide.
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“I couldn’t be more excited to join Impartner’s experienced leadership team and help Impartner continue to extend the use of the company’s robust, SaaS-based, multi-award winning solution to corporations worldwide,” said Spira.
“The growth of Impartner’s customer base and the blue-chip list of leading corporations is unparalleled in this industry,” said Taylor. “It’s a privilege to step into this role and help these corporations maximize the value they get from Impartner’s technology solutions and accelerate the performance of their channel operations.”
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